In a resounding endorsement of Isenberg’s commitment to continuous improvement of its graduate programs, the Financial Times has ranked the School’s Online MBA program second in the nation and fifth in the world for 2023. With 1,300 students and more than 20 years under its belt, the Isenberg program is one of the world’s largest and oldest online MBAs.
The Isenberg Online MBA was ranked first in the following categories:
“What sets Isenberg apart is our ability to engage students with an accredited and rigorous curriculum in an online format, including career support and resources,” says Anne Massey, dean of the Isenberg School of Management. “We have exceptional faculty and staff with more than 20 years of experience helping working professionals to earn a graduate degree without having to visit a classroom.”
The Isenberg Online MBA is the perfect program for professionals looking to advance their careers, observes Traci Hess, associate dean of graduate programs and Douglas & Diana Berthiaume Endowed Professor of Information Systems. “Our Online MBA program provides students with the same high-quality curriculum, taught by the same faculty, as our highly regarded on-campus MBA program. Coursework can be taken 100 percent online or, if you live in New England, you can complement your online learning with some in-person classes, engaging with faculty and colleagues at one of our satellite locations.”
Data for the rankings are collected from participating schools and by alumni who graduated from the program in 2022. Alumni responses inform six ranking criteria such as “salary today” and “program delivery.” The full rankings are published on the Financial Times website.